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Ammonite Fossils and Aged Brass Antique Color Crystal Leverback Earrings

This pair of earring was created with small ammonite fossil pieces (pieces from a larger ammonite shell cut and polished) with iridescent shine to them and aged looking brass findings.

Handmade by Marie Clough, one of the owners of Homegrown Creativity & Sonoran Charm

LENGTH: 2.75" including ear wire length.

METAL: Brass

Ammonite Fossils

 Ammonite fossils are 66-450 million years old, they were a shelled cephalopod. Most died out at the end of the Cretaceous Period when an asteroid collided with Earth. Ammonites come in all sizes, as tiny as a pinky nail and larger than a human. Ammonite fossils are formed when the remains or traces of the animal became buried in sediment which later solidified into rock. The name "ammonite" comes from their coil-shaped shells, which resemble the horns of the Egyptian god Ammon. These fossils, now rocks, all look incredibly different based on the contents of the sediment and minerals around them. Each one feels like a unique work of art on its own.


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Ammonite Fossils and Aged Brass Antique Color Crystal Leverback Earrings

This pair of earring was created with small ammonite fossil pieces (pieces from a larger ammonite shell cut and polished) with iridescent shine to them and aged looking brass findings.

Handmade by Marie Clough, one of the owners of Homegrown Creativity & Sonoran Charm

LENGTH: 2.75" including ear wire length.

METAL: Brass

Ammonite Fossils

 Ammonite fossils are 66-450 million years old, they were a shelled cephalopod. Most died out at the end of the Cretaceous Period when an asteroid collided with Earth. Ammonites come in all sizes, as tiny as a pinky nail and larger than a human. Ammonite fossils are formed when the remains or traces of the animal became buried in sediment which later solidified into rock. The name "ammonite" comes from their coil-shaped shells, which resemble the horns of the Egyptian god Ammon. These fossils, now rocks, all look incredibly different based on the contents of the sediment and minerals around them. Each one feels like a unique work of art on its own.


Our Jewelry

Handmade and specially curated jewelry line by Marie Clough. Unique gemstones, ammonites, and fossils.

ABOUT OUR LINE OF JEWELRY

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Jewelry ships 1-2 business days after purchase date.

Unique Components

Marie uses many natural gemstones and unique hard to find components.

Quality Materials

A mix of all metal types are used, Sterling Silver | Stainless Steel | Copper

Fossils

Ammonites

Marie's favorite components include ammonites. Ammonite fossils are 66-450 million years old, they were a shelled cephalopod. Most died out at the end of the Cretaceous Period when an asteroid collided with Earth. Ammonites come in all sizes, as tiny as a pinky nail and larger than a human. Ammonite fossils are formed when the remains or traces of the animal became buried in sediment which later solidified into rock. These fossils, now rocks, all look incredibly different based on the contents of the
sediment and minerals around them. Each one feels like a unique work of
art on its own.

Trilobite Fossils

Trilobites are 251-542 million of years old, they are an extinct group of marine animals.

Turritella Agate (top) Ammonite & Rutilated Quartz (right)

Unique pendants

and stones are the focus of most of our pieces. Turritella Agate is a type of Chalcedony full of fossilized snail shells, when polished and used in jewelry it makes quite the statement!

Laser Cut & Engraved

We laser cut and engrave many of our own wood and acrylic findings